ladiesagainsthumanity:

"Why are weddings so heteronormative oooh are those paper lanterns?"
"Do I really want to do this with my life? I wonder when sweetheart necklines will go out of style."
"I don’t know if it’s better to raise children alone or with a partner, and is a Gatsby theme too overdone now?"
The struggle is real. Middle quote above via @vikingkris.

ladiesagainsthumanity:

"Why are weddings so heteronormative oooh are those paper lanterns?"

"Do I really want to do this with my life? I wonder when sweetheart necklines will go out of style."

"I don’t know if it’s better to raise children alone or with a partner, and is a Gatsby theme too overdone now?"

The struggle is real. Middle quote above via @vikingkris.

awkwardsituationist:

not natashsa,” a photographic essay on eastern european sex trafficked slaves by dana popa

(documentary, the real sex traffic; film, lilya 4-ever)
(moving posts)

(via intellectualhoodrat)

antarctichist:

milesjai:



maybe only the bears were nicer

antarctichist:

milesjai:

image

maybe only the bears were nicer

(Source: jimmie-rae, via intellectualhoodrat)

thenotquitedoctor:

Haha oh I love House but this is pretty accurate

Yup

thenotquitedoctor:

Haha oh I love House but this is pretty accurate

Yup

(Source: trebrond)

charleston4life:

The smokies are smoking. #fog #mountains #fuckyeahhiking #smokies #tennessee

charleston4life:

The smokies are smoking. #fog #mountains #fuckyeahhiking #smokies #tennessee

(via fuckyeahhiking)

ralphsmotorbike:

According to historian Stephen Ambrose, amidst preparations for D-Day, Churchill advised General Eisenhower that he wanted to go along on the invasion on board the HMS Belfast. Ike refused to take the risk and told Churchill he was worth too much to the Allied cause. Churchill replied that he would sign on as a member of the ship’s crew, and there was nothing Ike could do about it.
Ike asked his chief of staff, General Smith, to ask King George VI to talk to Churchill. The King assured Smith, “you boys leave Winston to me.” The King called Churchill and said, “Well, as long as you feel that it is desirable to go along, I think it is my duty to go along with you.”
Churchill gave up.

ralphsmotorbike:

According to historian Stephen Ambrose, amidst preparations for D-Day, Churchill advised General Eisenhower that he wanted to go along on the invasion on board the HMS Belfast. Ike refused to take the risk and told Churchill he was worth too much to the Allied cause. Churchill replied that he would sign on as a member of the ship’s crew, and there was nothing Ike could do about it.

Ike asked his chief of staff, General Smith, to ask King George VI to talk to Churchill. The King assured Smith, “you boys leave Winston to me.” The King called Churchill and said, “Well, as long as you feel that it is desirable to go along, I think it is my duty to go along with you.”

Churchill gave up.

(via goodqueenlilibet)

inabasket:

Colleges don’t offer this as a major so what’s the point

inabasket:

Colleges don’t offer this as a major so what’s the point

(Source: robertdafoto, via ahumblebard)

crownprincely:

royaltyfashion:

royalwatcher:

this picture is killing me

Everybody trying to help The Queen and than there’s Puttin

Margrethe is like “Okay guys, I’ll wait. Don’t worry”

crownprincely:

royaltyfashion:

royalwatcher:

this picture is killing me

Everybody trying to help The Queen and than there’s Puttin

Margrethe is like “Okay guys, I’ll wait. Don’t worry”

(via goodqueenlilibet)

worldofwindsor:

The Queen’s new state coach is a time capsule of history.

It includes, pieces of Henry VII’s warship the Mary Rose, fragments from Sir Isaac Newton’s historic apple tree, slivers of the stone of destiny, wood from the door of 10 Downing Street, timber from the Tower of London, timber from the Royal Yacht Britannia, a piece of oak from Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory, material from a Lancaster bomber, metal from a musket ball from the Battle of Waterloo, wood from cathedrals, including St.Paul’s, Canterbury, Wells and York. There are also objects relating to Charles Darwin, explorers Sir Ernest Shackleton and Robert Scott, and mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary.

(via goodqueenlilibet)